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Radiology technologist Rick Stephens shows the hospital's new GE
BrightSpeed 16 slice CT scanner.
Teamwork Saving Seniors Money on Medicare: Don Sessions
(right) of Falconhead Resort, has been recognized by the Oklahoma
Insurance Department as the state's top Medicare volunteer for 2017. He
meets with seniors to tell them about Medicare choices that can save them
money, especially on prescriptions. As a public service, the Marietta
Pharmacy, represented by pharmacist Jenny Hambrick, provides a
consultation room for Sessions, and Mercy Health/Love County Hospital,
represented by administrator Richard Barker, furnishes a laptop
computer for the room. Since 2008, Sessions has counseled 2,165
people and they saved $1.2 million.
Health Needs Assessment: Citizens and members of the
Love County Community Coalition review local health needs
with Lara Brooks, Rural Health Analyst with the Oklahoma Office
of Rural Health.
Neil Robnett in the tractor holds a tree at the ready while Burch
Brothers American Legion Post of Marietta volunteers Woody
Alexander and Allen Woody move dirt in the hole excavated by
OG&E volunteers brought their diggers and their labor to assist in
tree planting in and around the Recreational Trail at Legacy Park.
Clancy Hallum, hospital maintenance engineer, and Eyvonna Lemons, director of the Love County Senior Program, check off the list of 33 trees purchased by donors from Landgraf Tree Farm.
Love County Health Center, dba Mercy Health/Love County Hospital and Clinic, is located one block east and one block north of Interstate 35, Exit 15, Marietta, OK, 15 miles north of the Red River Bridge connecting Oklahoma and Texas.
On-site are eight primary care providers and a staff of 135 coworkers. Our diagnosticians make referrals to specialists throughout the area.
Are you looking for a doctor, laboratory tests or radiology tests (including CT)? Visit our clinic, Monday through Friday.
Need physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, or pulmonary rehabilitation? We have a building devoted to these health services.
For medical emergencies, our emergency room is open 24 hours a day. Our EMS has more paramedics than any other rural county in Oklahoma, and air ambulances are on-call to accident scenes.
Our public hospital has 25 beds and serves acutely ill or injured patients, plus those needing skilled nursing, who qualify for care under our licensure as a critical access hospital.
For adults with dementia or physical limitations needing a day out, there is our adult day center one block south, staffted by our nurses, CNAs, and activities director.
Exercise daily at our recreational trail. Eat healthy through our public growers market, selling fresh fruits and vegetables in season.
Choose from the menu of services of Mercy Health/Love County Hospital, Clinic, and EMS to learn more about what we can do for you!